AEW Dynamite falls to lowest Wednesday night audience in three years

Originally published at AEW Dynamite falls to lowest Wednesday night audience in three years

AEW Dynamite took a hit in its viewership figures including its lowest 18-49 audience since 2020 on its regular night.

The March 27 episode from Quebec City averaged 747,000 viewers and 301,000 (0.23) in the 18-49 demographic, per Wrestlenomics.

On Wednesday, the show ranked third among cable originals behind two NBA games on ESPN.

NBA TV ratings on ESPN from last night:

Clippers-76ers at 7:41 PM
1.225M viewers, P18-49 0.44

Suns-Nuggets at 10:08 PM
1.435M viewers, P18-49 0.48

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It was the show’s lowest audience on its regular night since April 7, 2021, and the lowest 18-49 audience since June 24, 2020.

The audience declined by seven percent and the core demo dropped by sixteen percent from last week’s figures.

In the 18-49 demo, males dropped fourteen percent to 202,000 viewers and females saw a decline of twenty-two percent from last week, averaging 98,000.

Adults 18-34 saw a thirty-four percent drop from 141,000 to 93,000 this week.

Adults 35-49 averaged 207,000 viewers, representing a six percent drop.

In Canada, the show fared much better by averaging 148,500 viewers and 82,500 in the 25-54 demographic on TSN 2, up thirty percent and twenty-four percent respectively from the prior week. The show ranked second among sports programs on Wednesday behind the Ottawa Senators vs. Buffalo Sabres.